This is a trench watch from that would have been used during WWI. Trench watches became a strategic military tool and allowed leaders to coordinate.
Gents Ingersoll Midget World War One American Trench Watch.. watch to make the 'first true' wrist watch, these were sold to servicemen going to the front.
VINTAGE INGERSOLL MIDGET USA MILITARY WRISTWATCH circa black dial with subsidiary seconds. Luminous hands and numerals.
During the First World War, Ingersoll repurposed its Midget pocket watch for use on the.. The Radiolite wristwatch, introduced in , incorporated another.
General Description: Here we offer a Large – INGERSOLL Midget, WW1 Wristwatch, with a sz 6 Movement, which was made in the U.S.A and dates to c.
George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. which carried sightseers to the amazing height of feet. It is estimated that Ingersoll sold 85, watches at the Columbian.
Product Description. This is an original black and white print ad for the Radiolite men's pocket watch and the Midget Wrist Radiolite watch that were made.
The Ingersoll Watch Company is currently owned by Zeon Watches, a British subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based company Herald Group. The brand originated.
American made Ingersoll "Midget" brand wrist watch in a nickel case with radium hands and dial, and a good crystal. Does not currently run and needs a good.